Sabre said to cut pay temporarily for salaried U.S. employees,

Sabre Corp. is temporarily cutting pay and stopping 401(k) contributions as the travel industry grapples with the fallout of the coronavirus, a person familiar with the matter said.  The majority of U.S. employees at the large travel technology company are getting base pay reductions of less than 20 percent, while more senior people, depending on their […]Read More

What Are Essential Services And Jobs During The Coronavirus Crisis?

As cities across the U.S. tighten quarantine and other restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus, one word keeps popping up concerning the services, jobs and activities permitted to continue: “essential.” “I will sign an Executive Order mandating that 100% of [the] workforce must stay home, excluding essential services,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) tweeted […]Read More

PepsiCo To Provide Enhanced Benefits To All U.S. Employees &

PURCHASE, N.Y., March 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) (“PepsiCo”) today announced it will provide enhanced benefits to all U.S.-based employees and additional compensation to U.S. frontline employees – the women and men who make, move and sell products – amidst the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The additional compensation covers more than 90,000 frontline employees at both […]Read More

Virtual Meetings Don’t Have to Be a Bore

Those of us who present, facilitate, and teach for a living understand the importance of developing a personal connection with an audience. It’s critical to be and feel natural; to make people laugh, feel at ease, and fully engage — and perhaps even lose themselves — in the content you’re delivering. That’s why it feels […]Read More

Remote Working, Disability Support And Anxiety – Six Tips To

I’ve given a lot of thought to this in the last few weeks. Many of my customers are in finance, tech, healthcare, defence and emergency services. We’re not going to have the luxury of stopping working. Many may be consigned to remote working, and the rest will want to avoid contact with non-urgent personnel and […]Read More

What Employees Need Now: Comprehensive Paid Leave

Comprehensive paid leave is a hot topic at the moment. The rapidly-developing situation regarding COVID-19 is affecting workers in a number of industries as offices close for an indeterminate amount of time and school district closings now have millions of children needing supervision during a time of the year when parents are typically planning spring […]Read More

Advisor Spotlight: Meet Sameena Karmally

Excelling at your job isn’t satisfying if you are not able to bring your authentic self to work every day.  For me, it was the little things, like having to have perfectly straight hair to look “professional”, always wearing suits so as not be mistaken for administrative staff, faking my way through lunch conversations about […]Read More

How Diversity and Inclusion Training Drives Growth & Innovation

The era of one-off boardroom sessions to tackle diversity and inclusion (D&I) training are long behind us. The contemporary training market has dramatically shifted. With the advent of new technologies and refreshed understandings of D&I, some organizations’ innovative approaches to D&I training are having a significant impact on their daily operations, growth, and potential for […]Read More

HuffPost Her Stories: Work Women Do For Free Is Worth

Hello, readers! Let me start by saying that I believe there have been great strides made in how heterosexual relationships divide the domestic stuff. More men are cleaning, cooking and organizing than was ever imaginable even 30 years ago. But. There’s no denying that women are doing even more of it, as a new study […]Read More

Five Tips For Supporting Muslims In The Workplace

As we work to create more equitable workplaces, we need to understand and support the needs of all identities that have been marginalized or underserved. Muslims are arguably one of the most misunderstood identities in the United States, and as such, their needs are often overlooked. This can lead to a lowered sense of belonging, […]Read More